Phuket offers a variety of attractions to its visitors:
Phuket Butterfly Garden and Insect World, near Tesco Lotus on Bypass Road – 71/6, M.5, Soi Paneung, Yaowarat Road, T.Rassada, A.Muang, Phuket 83000 Thailand, S +66 76 210 861 (http://www.phuketbutterfly.com). 9am – 5pm. Adult: 300 Baht, Children: 150 Baht.
Phuket Aquarium: Located at Cape Panwa, this tropical aquarium offers a variety of fish and corals.
Crocodile Farm: Watch the staff at Chana Charoen Road tame crocodiles and alligators right in front of you.
Phuket FantaSea: This is referred to as the Disney Land of South East Asia. It’s the ultimate in night entertainment on Phuket.
Chalong Temple: Visit the ancient temple of Phuket’s monks that helped the people during Chinese rebellion.
Waterfalls: Explore the biggest waterfalls in Thailand, especially in the rainy season. The largest measures 10 meters and just 22 kilometers outside Phuket.
AC’s Phuket Fishing Park, Thepkrasattri Road, Koh keaw District, Muang, Phuket, 83000. 8am – 6pm A great freshwater fishing experience. Catch many species from three different continents such as Arapaimas, Red Tailed Catfish, alligator gars, Siamese giant carps, Piranhas, Siamese sharks and many more. Equipment and local guide included.
Prom Thep Cape, Tambon Rawai, Phuket, 83130, Thailand, 24 hours. Literally translated as ‘God’s Cape’, the Prom Thep Cape is one of the islands most notable natural landmarks and lies to the far south, around 2 km / 1.5 miles from Rawai Beach. With high cliffs and uninterrupted views, the Prom Thep Cape is most famous for its dramatic sunsets, which regularly attract crowds. Close to the cape’s peak you will find a small and interesting shrine, which features a number of wooden elephants
Swimming, snorkeling, diving, yachting, jet-skiing and parasailing are the most popular activities on the island. Other activities include Freediving, windsurfing, kite surfing, wakeboarding and deep sea fishing. Popular kite surfing locations include Nai Yang in summer and Chalong Bay in winter season. Sea Canoeing is a popular activity in the Phang Nga Bay, as many grottoes are only accessible by canoe.